S-200 Oilgone® Remediates Major Diesel Spill on the Boyne River, Ireland
On Thursday the 6th of September, 2007 a large diesel spill occurred on the River Boyne in Drogheda, Ireland. The spill was reported to the environmental department of Drogheda Borough Council and an emergency action plan was enacted.
WHY CHOOSE S-200 Oilgone® and PRP?
Due to the environmentally sensitive nature of the Boyne – it is a fresh water / salt water interface and it has unique habitat and bird sanctuaries – there was a requirement for a product that would break-up and clean the spill without endangering the habitat of local wildlife. S-200 OilGone® was the product chosen to treat the diesel on the water, and PRP to treat the natural habitats of the birds
PLAN OF ACTION
A coastguard helicopter was summoned to locate the source and extent of the slick. At this stage the slick was a few hundred square metres in size.
Booms were laid across the river to contain the diesel as much as possible. Local volunteers in small boats helped spray the surface of the diesel spill with S-200 Oilgone®. PRP was sprayed on the banks of the river and in the nesting areas of the birds.
The whole process took just over THREE HOURS and was deemed a complete success.
PRP takes oil safely off bird feathers
Product renders oil & petrol non-combustible
When S-200 Oilgone is sprayed on diesel, petrol, crude oil or any hydrocarbon, it chemically bonds with it and renders it inert, including non-combustible.
VIDEO: petrol rendered non-combustible using S-200 Oilgone
Protecting wildlife and sea birds
Slick Solutions removed oil from bird feathers and nesting areas using PRP. Simply apply to nesting areas and let it eradicate the oil without disturbing or damaging the birds. The wild fowl suffered no stress during this procedure and their nesting areas were completely cleared of oil.
S-200 Oilgone is available for sale by the litre bottle, in 10l, 20l and 1,000l containers.
Bulk discounts apply. For further information on this product to to discuss your spill, please contact Francis on firstname.lastname@example.org or Mob: 00 353 87 6345087